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Anthony J. Favale

Chairman Emeritus

Advanced Energy Systems Inc

HQ Phone:  (631) 345-6264

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Advanced Energy Systems Inc

27E Industrial Blvd

Medford, New York,11763

United States

Company Description

Advanced Energy Systems (AES) seeks to be the supplier of choice for advanced radiation sources and superconducting RF accelerator systems. AES teams with market leaders in the defense and homeland security for directed energy weapons systems, explosive detect...more

Background Information

Employment History

Northrop Grumman Corporation


Grumman and Northrop Grumman


Affiliations

The Global Foundation

Board Member


Ski Racer

Grumman Ski Club


Education

B.S.

Polytechnic Institute of New York


Web References(24 Total References)


SPAFOA 2011 Capitol Hill Briefing

www.mtm-inc.com [cached]

The first three speakers, Ken Olsen, President of SPAFOA, Tony Favale, President of Advanced Energy Systems, and Dr. William Brinkman, Director of the DOE Office of Science, all spoke on disparate topics, but their talks all supported the underlying briefing theme: the critical nature of government support of basic Science and the nurturing of a domestic industrial base in this key technology.
Mr. Favale spoke passionately on the issue of building a domestic industrial base to supply the current basic Science requirements for SCRF technology and ultimately the commercial applications of the future. He cited examples of how European and Asian governments support and nurture the development of just such industrial capacity. European and Asian governments and agencies promote policies that favor domestic suppliers in their own projects while also supporting these suppliers in efforts to export, especially to the U.S. Mr. Favale directed a call to action to Congress and the DOE to level the playing field for U.S. companies, either ideally by helping to eliminate the barriers to bidding overseas or by erecting barriers to non-U.S. Companies' ability to unfairly bid on U.S. taxpayer supported projects. He illustrated how Value Added Tax (VAT) rebates and current U.S. policies place U.S. companies, even when bidding on U.S. projects, at a 17% cost disadvantage in regards to European Union based companies.


SPAFOA Members Meeting at MSU

www.mtm-inc.com [cached]

Tony Favale, Advanced Energy Systems, Inc.
president/CEO, summarized various Industrialization issues including a discussion of leveling the playing field for U.S. companies by addressing the impact of the Value Added Tax.


Advanced Energy Systems, Inc.

www.aesys.net [cached]

Anthony Favale is the company Chairman Emeritus.
He received a B.S. (1956) from the Polytechnic Institute of New York and an M.S. (1964) from New York University, both in Physics. Until the formation of AES, he spent his entire career at Grumman and Northrop Grumman attaining the position of Director, Advanced Energy Systems. Mr. Favale has extensive experience in technical and program management. He led the spin-off of AES from Northrop Grumman and has been the CEO since inception of the company. [Anthony Favale]


SPAFOA 2011 Capitol Hill Briefing - Meyer Tool & Mfg.

www.mtm-inc.com [cached]

The first three speakers, Ken Olsen, President of SPAFOA, Tony Favale, President of Advanced Energy Systems, and Dr. William Brinkman, Director of the DOE Office of Science, all spoke on disparate topics, but their talks all supported the underlying briefing theme: the critical nature of government support of basic Science and the nurturing of a domestic industrial base in this key technology.
Mr. Favale spoke passionately on the issue of building a domestic industrial base to supply the current basic Science requirements for SCRF technology and ultimately the commercial applications of the future. He cited examples of how European and Asian governments support and nurture the development of just such industrial capacity. European and Asian governments and agencies promote policies that favor domestic suppliers in their own projects while also supporting these suppliers in efforts to export, especially to the U.S. Mr. Favale directed a call to action to Congress and the DOE to level the playing field for U.S. companies, either ideally by helping to eliminate the barriers to bidding overseas or by erecting barriers to non-U.S. Companies' ability to unfairly bid on U.S. taxpayer supported projects. He illustrated how Value Added Tax (VAT) rebates and current U.S. policies place U.S. companies, even when bidding on U.S. projects, at a 17% cost disadvantage in regards to European Union based companies.


LIFT - Members

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Mr. Anthony J. Favale, President & CEO


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